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Adolescent & Family Behavioral Health Services

2566 Woodmeadow Dr SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546


Adolescent & Family Behavioral Health Services (AFBHS) was founded by Dr. Valencia Agnew. It is a private group practice with two locations in Michigan, Grand Rapids and Holland. We provide clients with the support, tools, and structure that will assist them in living life verses just existing to all ages, using evidence-based approaches. The practice is comprised of mental health professionals of diverse ethnicity, backgrounds, education, and training who specialize in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), who provide the highest quality of clinical services and training for clients, the community, and other professionals. We are the only private practice in the area to offer a comprehensive DBT program and the only practice in West Michigan to offer a Family Matters group and the only practice in Michigan to have participated in specialized DBT-Children's training. In addition to our practice specialties, each therapist maintains additional specialties and certifications. Services available in Spanish.

Forest View Hospital

1055 Medical Park Dr SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Toll-Free Phone: 800-949-8439
Local Phone: 616-942-9610

Forest View Hospital approaches treatment with the belief that moderate to severe mental illness results from the interaction of biological, psychological and social factors. We thoroughly evaluate each of these areas, and provide treatment through a physician-led, multidisciplinary group of clinicians. Our treatment focuses on strengthening age-appropriate coping skills while assisting patients in overcoming problem areas.

Treatment programs are individualized and include the patient as an important member of the treatment team. Our purpose is to promote the maximum cognitive, social, physical, behavioral and emotional development in each of our patients in the most caring manner.

Grand Rapids Pride Center

343 Atlas Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 40506

In 2018, the Grand Rapids Pride Center launched its Proud To Be Healthy health services program aimed at decreasing the disparities associated with LGBTQ individuals accessing quality services needed in order to lead a healthy lifestyle.

This includes access to quality health services, mental health services, safe & affordable housing, healthy foods, and wellness programs. Proud To Be Healthy works to reduce the numbers of marginalized LGBTQ individuals through strategic partnerships with affirming and non-discriminatory community organizations.

HQ: Runaway & Homeless Youth Drop-In Center

320 State Street SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

HQ is a drop-in center in Grand Rapids, Michigan for youth between the ages of 14 and 24 who are experiencing unsafe or unstable housing. We believe that everyone should be celebrated for who they are, as they are. At HQ, basic resources are available to youth with no strings attached. We rely on community partners and volunteers to provide critical resources that help break the cycle of homelessness in our community.

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Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services

300 68th St SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49548

In 1910, a group of pastors and laity decided to create an organization that treated all aspects of a person’s well-being: emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual.

Initially formed by and for members of the Reformed Church in America and the Christian Reformed Church in America, Pine Rest today offers treatment and services to people of all cultures, religions, creeds and ethnicities.

We still reflect our faith-based heritage in all we do by providing professional behavioral health services that are rooted in Christian teaching and values. As servants of God, we call upon our entire staff to compassionately care for and meet the needs of each patient – respectfully expressing Christ’s healing ministry to all who seek it while maintaining respect for each person’s personal faith, spiritual or philosophical preferences.

At our core we are a team of highly specialized clinicians and professionals dedicated to high-quality, outcome-driven practices. It is these values that drive our quality of care and commitment to our patients and form the basis of our vision:

Guided by mission, we promise an exceptional care experience that changes lives. We support this promise of healing with measurable outcomes and value.

Pine Rest Psychiatric Urgent Care

300 68th Street SE
Building E, Entrance E1
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49548

The center is designed to provide immediate assessment and treatment for people experiencing acute psychiatric symptoms who cannot wait for routine outpatient intervention.

  • Level of care determination
  • Social work assessment
  • Psychiatric assessment
  • Illness education for patient & family
  • After care plan

Who We Serve

Adults ages 18 – 65 Experiencing symptoms such as:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Panic attacks
  • Disturbing thoughts
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Acute grief reactions
  • Trouble managing daily activities
  • Substance use disorders

Mosiac Counseling
1703 S. Despelder St.
Grand Haven, Michigan 49417

By appointment only:
503 Century Lane
Holland, MI 49423

Mosiac Counseling never turns anyone away -

Mosaic Counseling is fortunate to be located in communities that care about mental health care!

A visible and tangible way to address the emotional needs of our neighbors is to ensure that accessible, affordable, and confidential counseling is available to everyone. Mosaic Counseling is committed to making a difference because professional therapy should not be a luxury.

Mosaic Counseling’s Mission: To offer hope and healing for all by providing accessible and affordable professional counseling services.


790 Fuller Avenue NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Access Center
Please call before you come
Phone: 616.336.3909
Toll Free: 800.749.7720

More than 50,000 individuals in Kent County are served annually through network180 and its network of care. If you or someone you care about is struggling with a mental illness, substance use disorder, or is living with a developmental disability, help may only be a few clicks or a phone call away.

The Well Being

1118 Front Ave. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504

We provide traditional outpatient counseling services by our staff of skilled and experienced therapists that are grounded in evidence-based practices.

We utilize physical exercise as a primary form of treating most commonly occurring mental health issues, such as anxiety & depression, and do so based on science and research.

Mission: To empower our clients by teaching them how to improve their mental health through the use of physical exercise in conjunction with the skills, tools, insight, and awareness gained through outpatient counseling.

West Michigan Survivors of Suicide Loss

Park Congregational Church

10 Park Place N.E.

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

We encourage survivors to gather, remember, and to speak aloud the precious names of those lost to suicide. You are in a safe place with those who understand. Share with those who need no explanation.

We host monthly support group meetings and an annual conference to inspire hope, comfort, and healing.

“It is important to know people can and do survive the loss of a loved one by suicide.

They are forever altered and may never stop missing their loved one, but they do survive and go on to lead meaningful lives.”


- Provide a place to share and vent feelings

- Create a safe environment for many who can’t talk to others about suicide

- Promote the grief process and help with unique feelings arising from suicide

- Serve as a possible deterrent by informing others of the effect suicide has on survivors

- Inform others of the unique needs of survivors

National BIPOC Treatment Options

Black Emotional And Mental Health Collective

Inclusive Therapists

Innopsych: Find Your Therapist of Color

Melanin and Mental Health


West Michigan BIPOC Treatment Options

Adolescent and Family Behavioral Health - Grand Rapids & Holland (Spanish Services Available)

Mental Health Clinicians of Color in Grand Rapids

Pine Rest Diversity Collective

Contact the Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan

160 68th St. SW Suite 120
Grand Rapids, MI 49548 | 616.389.8601

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